Wayland Academy (Wisconsin)
Wayland Academy is a private coeducational school for 6 to 12 grades located at Beaver Dam, in Wisconsin. The school continues to attract a diverse student body including 15% of racial minorities and almost 20% international students.
Nearly three-quarters of the student population resides in purposely built dormitories, whereas other commute from nearby towns. According to the latest data, there are 220 students enrolled at Wayland Academy with 1:7 teachers to student ratio. Most classes in the school consist of 15 or less students.
The main campus is spread over 65 acres including numerous historic buildings. Perhaps, the finest of these is the main Wayland building, which includes main student dormitories. Among other significant structures is the Wayland Academy Field House, a former German POW camp during the World War II.
In fact, historical significance of the school is reflected in the curriculum, which encourages students to take courses in advance Latin and Greek. Additionally, every student must have at least one year of Latin instruction before graduating. As such, the main objective of the school is to prepare students for the college life. Accordingly, sufficient resources are devoted to physical education. Depending on the season, school teams participate in nearly every regional sports competition.
Associations & Organizations
- National Association of Independent Schools
- State/Regional Independent School Association
- The Association of Boarding Schools
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